Visiting and Contact Info
|Admissions Office Contact:||Paul Mills|
|Title:||Assistant Director of Admission|
|Admissions Office Address:||Office of Undergraduate Admission|
120 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02116-4624
|Admissions Office Phone:||617-824-8600|
|Admissions Office Fax:||617-824-8609|
|Admissions Office Email:||email@example.com|
|Most Popular Places on Campus:||WERS-FM (Boston's oldest public radio)|
Historic Cutler Majestic Theatre
Tufte Performance and Production Center
Journalism's Integrated Digital Newsroom
Piano Row Residence Hall/College Center
Newly renovated Colonial Theatre (upper floors are residence space) and Paramount Center (housing students as well as a 600-seat theater, scene shop, sound stage, and film screening room).
|Most Popular Places Off Campus:||Massachusetts State House|
Freedom Trail; USS Constitution
Boston Public Garden, Swan Boat rides
Red Sox baseball at Fenway Park
Newbury Street Shopping District
Boston is one of the country's best college towns and the Emerson campus is located right in the heart of the city's Theatre District. Many of Boston's cultural and historic sites are nearby or easily reached by subway, which stops at Emerson's front door.
|Campus Visiting Center:||Yes|
| Hours:||Monday-Friday; Saturday by appointment|
9:00 am-5:00 pm EST
| Appointment Required:||Yes|
| Tour Dates:||Year-round|
|Average Length:||1 hour|
|Contact Email Address to Sign-Up:||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|On Campus Interviews:||No|
|Times:||Monday-Friday, some Saturdays|
|Dates/Times Available:||Academic Year|
|Arrangements:||Contact Athletic Department|
|Advance Notice:||2 weeks|
|Contact Email Address for Coach Visit:||email@example.com|
|Overnight Dorm Stays:||Not Available|
|Types of Transportation Available to Campus:|
Emerson College occupies several buildings at the intersection of Boylston and Tremont Streets on Boston Common. The Admission Visitor Center is located at 10 Boylston Place; a pedestrian walkway between 120 and 132 Boylston Street identified by a black iron gateway.
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: Emerson College is located at Boylston Station on the Green Line subway.
BY PLANE: From Logan International Airport, board the Massport Shuttle Bus to the subway. Take the Blue Line inbound to Government Center Station and transfer to the Green Line heading toward Boylston Station.
BY TRAIN: Amtrak and MBTA Commuter Rails originating from the west and south of the city arrive at Boston's South Station. Transfer to the Red Line subway inbound to Park Street Station and transfer to the Green Line heading toward Boylston Station.
|Driving Instructions to Campus:|
Street parking is extremely limited and we recommended that visitors use one of several nearby parking facilities and walk to the Emerson campus and Admission Visitor Center at 10 Boylston Place. The Boston Common Parking Garage is located at Zero Charles Street, the Motor Mart and Radisson Hotel Parking Garages (201 and 200 Stuart Street).
FROM I-95/US 1/ROUTE 3:
Follow signs to Boston via Interstate 93. Take Exit 26 (Storrow Drive/Cambridge) and proceed to the Copley/Back Bay exit (on the left). At the end of the exit ramp, turn left at the traffic signal onto Beacon Street then a quick right onto Arlington Street. Follow Arlington alongside the Boston Public Garden to the fifth traffic light and turn left onto Stuart Street (see below*).
FROM I-90 (MASS PIKE): Take Exit 22--Prudential/Copley Square. Stay in the right lane for Copley Square (it comes up quickly!) and continue straight onto Stuart Street (see below*).
*ON STUART STREET you will pass the Motor Mart and Ramada Hotel parking garages. If you choose to continue or find these garages full, turn left at the next traffic light onto Charles Street and proceed to the Boston Common parking garage (on thr right). We recommend you park at one of these facilities and walk to the Admission Visitor Center at 10 Boylston Place.
|Local Accommodations: Near By:|
Emerson is located in the heart of Boston's Theatre District and a variety of hotels are close to the campus including: the Park Plaza Hotel (64 Arlington Street, 800-225-2008); Courtyard by Marriott Tremont Hotel (275 Tremont Street, 800-321-2211); Hyatt Regency (1 Avenue deLafayette, 617-451-2600); and Radisson Hotel Boston (200 Stuart Street, 617-482-1800). More expensive options include the Four Seasons Hotel (200 Boylston Street, 617-338-4400) and Ritz-Carlton Boston Common Hotel (10 Avery Street, 617-574-7100).
|Local Accommodations: Far Away:|
Lodging at Copley Square (six blocks from the Emerson campus) includes: the Lenox Hotel (710 Boylston Street, 800-471-1422); Courtyard Boston Copley Square (88 Exeter Street, 617-437-9300); Westin Copley (10 Huntington Avenue, 617-262-9600); and Marriott Copley (110 Huntington Avenue, 617-236-5800). Less expensive hotels can be found in Boston's suburbs.